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Daddys♥Girl (#47500466)
 member for 5 years, 5 days
It's has been a nightmare this week, Sue. This morning the servers were dragging again, but tonight seems to be a bit faster. I kid you not, it took over 3 hours to post tokens to my 144 sponsored vets the night I put the tacky note on my page. Insane!
Hope this finds you well, sweet friend. Love and huggles, Suse

Added by sniksnak on Apr 28, 2016 8:47 PM

Sandi Danielle
RE: Harrison Robinson

Yup, Clarence Edward Robinson is in fact Edward
Robinson. Moses James Robinson and Katherine "Kate" Woodson-Robinson had no children
Prior to Clarence Edward Robinson. In Most cases, it's Not the "parents" who don't know the Birth, it's the people they marry who don't have a Clue about their spouse' Birth! ... and coupled with illiteracy ... you've got "guessing."
You also have to understand that people [country farmers] didn't Celebrate Birthdays back then the way we do today; Mid-wives, if they weren't licensed, did not always readily report births they aided with. Even some of them didn't read or write very well either. :-) That's why the Social Security Admin. "historically" were willing to accept Baptismal Records, documents signed by 2 relatives who could attest to the Birth, Military Reg.'s etc ... I worked for the SSN for 28 years, before I changed Agencies, and there is a pecking order, or process for elimination when establishing birth years involving people born Prior to 1920.

Added by Sandi Danielle on Apr 28, 2016 1:05 PM

Sandi Danielle
RE: Harrison Robinson

Ohhhh Now I see what happened!! I was trying link to fast!! Sorry!! :-) His parents are Moses James Robinson and Katherine "Kate"

Added by Sandi Danielle on Apr 28, 2016 12:30 AM

Salomon Levie's Stone
Thank you for the photo of my relative, Salomon Levie's stone in the Netherlands. I have just come across your photo.


Added by heleninnj on Apr 27, 2016 5:07 PM

Aurelia Nachman
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Aurelia's grave! She was my husband's aunt, and we didn't have her exact date of death, so this is useful to keep our family history complete.

Added by wjw on Apr 25, 2016 5:07 AM

Thank you for posting headstone photos for Edmund and Kathryn Feltner. Your help is most appreciated.

Added by Sharon on Apr 08, 2016 6:20 PM

Robin E.B. Haynes
Roy Gilbert
A much overdue 'Thank You' for the picture of a friend's gravesite. I do so appreciate your time & effort.

Best Regards, Robin EB Haynes.

Added by Robin E.B. Haynes on Apr 03, 2016 7:26 PM

Hazelnuts & Bolts
RE: My Daddy
Yes, it never strays very far from your heart, does it.... Three years since I lost both mom and dad. Never a day goes by that they're not somewhere in my head and heart. I know the same must be true for you. I'm just so very glad that both of us at least had them for a little while. My very best to you. :)

Added by Hazelnuts & Bolts on Mar 11, 2016 8:05 AM

Billy Bryant Cemetery (Fox)
Thank you for adding the Young family grave photos from Billy Bryant Cemetery (Fox). I really appreciate your doing so!

Added by Lanie on Feb 28, 2016 10:43 PM

Theresa Hernandez -White 💔
Merry Christmas
Have a Blessed Christmas and a Peaceful New Year. A findagrave friend who thanks you for your kindness, thoughfulness and tokens of my memorials of loved ones. Theresa

Added by Theresa Hernandez -White ... on Dec 22, 2015 2:59 AM

RE: Gabriel Spetter
Hello Sue

He was born in Sofia Bulgaria. Some of the family lived right across the border in Romania in Galatz aka Galati. But they came to the area from northern Germany. I have pictures of a brother of my great grandma and he wrote it all in German. If I remember correctly Gavi's great great grandfather was Adolph/Avraham Spetter.

Added by DovidBenASH on Oct 07, 2015 7:20 AM

Thelma Hartman
Caroline Wolf Zwaaf
Hello, thanks for paying tribute to this lady, she was my husband's grandmother. We are curious where the photos came from? They are lovely and the photo of Maurice Zwaaf included my husband's father as a young boy.


Added by Thelma Hartman on Aug 29, 2015 3:34 PM

Sharon Costello
RE: Elsie V. Bray

Hi - I think this is the link to Marie Emmaline Gramberg Edge 1878-1959(Elsie Virginia Edge Bray's mother). The father's name was John Henry Edge 1874-1946. They are buried together at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. I don't know anything at all about maintaining sites on Find a Grave, so a transfer probably would not be a good thing. I just locate people there to add to my Ancestry tree. Elsie Virginia and Leslie Bray had no children. My mother grew up in the Edge family as a sister to Elsie and others, but she was actually a foster child. She spent her whole life with the Edges, though, unlike most foster children who only stay temporarily. My mother was a "permanent" Edge, so Elsie (Virginia as she was known) was my Aunt, as were her two sisters and a foster brother. You are the terrific one here, as you have figured all of this out and are maintaining some of these sites. Thank you very much for that! I don't really know anything about the Brays except that Leslie "Les" was said to have had some musical talent and could play things on the piano right after hearing them, etc. I know his father had come from England and that's about all. If I can be of any more help (linking the Edges maybe?) please let me know. Thanks again!

Added by Sharon Costello on Jun 09, 2015 8:43 AM

Fighting Cancer
Thinking about you today
I am so sorry about you losing Zach, I know that pain all too well. I'm sending you a hug.

Beyond The Rainbow
As much as I loved the life we had and all the times we played,
I was so very tired and knew my time on earth would fade.
I saw a wondrous image then of a place that's trouble-free
Where all of us can meet again to spend eternity.

I saw the most beautiful Rainbow, and on the other side
Were meadows rich and beautiful -- lush and green and wide!
And running through the meadows as far as the eye could see
Were animals of every sort as healthy as could be!
My own tired, failing body was fresh and healed and new
And I wanted to go run with them, but I had something left to do.

I needed to reach out to you, to tell you I'm alright
That this place is truly wonderful, then a bright Glow pierced the night.
'Twas the Glow of many Candles shining bright and strong and bold
And I knew then that it held your love in its brilliant shades of gold.

For although we may not be together in the way we used to be,
We are still connected by a cord no eye can see.
So whenever you need to find me, we're never far apart
If you look beyond the Rainbow and listen with your heart.

By Cate Guyan

Added by Fighting Cancer on Jan 07, 2015 7:09 AM


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